[X] Costume and Textile [X] Japanese Art
132 objects
FSC-GR-788.1-41

Set of 40 color prints made after fabric designs by Sugimura Kozan for the Hakkougire company, with portfolio case

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<p>FSC-GR-788.1-.40: Set of 40 prints of designs stored in a portfolio case. Each print is mounted on a board with a cover sheet hinged to the board. Printed on each cover sheet is [Japanese characters]. FSC-GR-788.41: Portfolio case has tray to hold the individual prints, the tray has two straps for lifting out of the &#8230;</p>
F2017.11.1a-b

Accordion album with 394 15th-19th century textile fragments

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<p>A sample book containing 394 textile fragments (one missing); textile fragments mounted front and back of 14 folded pages with identifying labels; mounted as an accordion album with brocade covers and four frontispiece paintings.</p>
S2016.7

Patchwork coat

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<p>Indigo and brown-dyed cotton, kasuri.</p>
S2016.6

Daifukucho (“lucky notebook”); album of striped textile scraps

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<p>A handmade notebook dated Meiji 38 (1905) created by someone with the surname of Shibuya, used to keep an album of scraps of striped fabric&#8211;possibly the production record of a small-scale workshop. The back of the notebook contains pages of practice for writing conventional phrases used in correspondance.</p>
S2016.5

Length of textile (panel from a quilt cover)

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<p>A length of textile (once a section of a quilt cover) dyed in a complex white-on-blue design of a large grid alternating pictorial motifs and various checks or plaids, all dyed with ikat. The suggestion of patchwork, but a single skilled construction of well-planned dyeing and weaving.</p>
S2016.4

Patchwork quilt cover

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<p>Quilt cover hand-stitched together from fragments of used cotton textiles&#8211;a practice along the NW coast, too cold for growing cotton, where rags were bought from peddlers from the south to be reused. Many of the fragments are of handspun, handwoven indigo-dyed cotton of beautiful quality.</p>
S2016.3

Patchwork quilt cover

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<p>Quilt cover hand-stitched together from fragments of used cotton textiles&#8211;a practice along the Northwest coast, where it is too cold for growing cotton, and rags were bought from peddlers from the south to be reused. Many of the fragments are of handspun, handwoven indigo-dyed cotton of beautiful quality.</p>